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UCMDB Tip : Test connection of the integration point with EnhancedServiceManagerAdapter fails

How to resolve the testConnection of integration point with ServiceManager 9.40 fails with below error even if we use the falcon user whcih is admin user in the Service Managger ?
<2015-06-03 14:24:22,002> [ERROR] [AdHoc:AD_HOC_TASK_PATTERN_ID-77-1433321661837] (FederationNoneLifeCycleProbeProcessor.java:72) - Failed executing none life cycle federation request [com.hp.ucmdb.discovery.probe.request.TestConnectionProbeRequest] for integration [SM]

com.hp.ucmdb.federationspi.exception.DataAccessGeneralException: test connection of connector failed!
at com.hp.ucmdb.adapter.smpush.ServiceManagerGenericAdapter.testConnection(ServiceManagerGenericAdapter.java:143)
at com.hp.ucmdb.adapters.GenericAdapter.callPushConnectorToTestConnection(GenericAdapter.java:131)
at com.hp.ucmdb.adapters.GenericAdapter.testConnection(GenericAdapter.java:116)
at com.hp.ucmdb.discovery.probe.processor.TestConnectionProbeRequestProcessor.processFederationNoneLifeCycle(TestConnectionProbeRequestProcessor.java:18)
at com.hp.ucmdb.disco


Solution : If we use the adapter ServiceManagerAdapter-9.30 and create integration point the test connection works but if we use the ServiceManagerEnhancedAdapter test connection fails. One of the reason why this fails is becasuse  not having the right  permission for the user used for the integration.  With the enhanced adapter the integratoin user which we use in uCMDB should have permission to execute "RESTFul API capability" .

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